A wood engraving by Gustave Dore called Ludgate Hill, 1872, depicting traffic congestion, the Ludgate Hill railway viaduct, and dome of St Pauls in London. Ludgate Hill was closed before 1939, and the rail bridge and viaduct were demolished in 1990 to enable the building of the City-Thames link railway station.
Gustave Dore and Blanchard Jerrold. London: a pilgrimage. London : Grant, 1872.
Special Collections Stack, DA683.JJ7
Railway Time Tables Passenger Service, Hobart, Tasmania, 1 August 1945.
Missouri Pacific Lines Eagle Merchandise Service poster, c. 1945.
Locomotive endpaper from American Locomotives 1871-1881. Edited by Grahame Hardy and Paul Darrell. Oakland, California: Grahame Hardy, 1950.